Bruised Yadah FC, who are coming from a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Highlanders in a Chibuku Super Cup, have established a camp in Bulawayo ahead of their Wednesday’s midweek tie against the same at Barbourfields Stadium.
“We are not going back to Harare. We are guiding against players fatigue and as such we will continue with camp in Bulawayo ahead of the match on Wednesday against a team that beat us in a cup game,” said Yadah FC head coach Thomas Ruzive.
Yadah FC will pray hard for bustling striker Simba Sithole, who was on target yesterday to regain his fitness and partner fellow veteran forward striker Ralph Matema in the final third.
Sithole was substituted deep into the second stanza after he seemingly aggravated an injury.